The Management Reporter 2012 Lowdown

David Meego - Click for blog homepageUnless you have been hiding under a rock (or just really busy like me), you should have heard about the release of Management Reporter 2012.

The team over at the Dynamics Corporate Performance Management blog have been all excited about the MR 2012 release and have lots of great information for you.


To download Management Reporter 2012, head over to the CustomerSource page below:


For information on migrating to Management Reporter 2012 from FRx, please check out the following blog posts:


Also make sure you review this excellent whilepaper that describes the steps to migrate your Microsoft FRx 6.7 reports to Management Reporter 2012 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010


If you are not already, it looks like it is time to start using Management Reporter.


16-Apr-2012: Added Management Reporter 2012 Fact Sheet as an attachment to the bottom of this post.

Comments (6)

  1. Product Positioning says:

    It’s a very nice blog where the articles are knowledgeable and very interested. I always like to read such type of informations.

    Thanks for sharing.  

  2. Bruce Strom says:

    We would love to move to Management Reporter, but it still does not support the Frx ROW LINKING.

    We literally have dozens of summary reports that link to our Frx detail rows.

  3. David Musgrave says:

    Posting from Jivtesh Singh at About Dynamics, Development and Life…/are-you-still-using-frx.html

  4. David Musgrave says:

    Hi Bruce

    I checked with Management Reporter Support team and got the following info:

    April posted a blog on this topic in the MR blog:…/management-reporter-advanced-reporting-scenarios-and-features.aspx

    This is the only option you will have for Row Linking in MR.

    There is a suggestion to add this functionality to MR.  You can vote on it here:…/management-reporter-row-linking

    Hope this helps


  5. bbucher says:

    Hi David,

    the training material about Management Reporter 2.0 (course 80255A) mentions something about 2 different demo companies : Fabrikam Inc. and Fabrikam Europe Inc. (respectively FW & FWE)… I've never seen or hear about those databases… Did you know if they had ever existed (i.e. prior to TWO) ? or was that some spooky dream from an MR team member 🙂 ?

    Thanks and have a great time,


  6. Hello Beat.

    There was some documentation (Training information) about the FW/FWE demo data. This information was from a Management Reporter version 1 demo image, which does not exist anymore.

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